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    N64 Appreciation Thread

    I only got into Tetrisphere via emulation a few years ago and it's brilliant. So moreish, and like you say, great tunes. Kirby 64 is another one I didn't come to until emulating it, and I couldn't put it down.
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    Almost forgotton superheroes of the 70's and 80's

    Wha..? You learn something new every day...
  3. I can't fault any of the actors in this, least of all Gilgun; he's phenomenal in the part.
  4. It's all down to Pip Torrens' marvellous performance. I'm constantly waiting to see what he'll do next. What a marvellous actor.
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    Star Trek - Jean-Luc Picard returns

    Which is insane if you think about it - take out the Son'a (all, what? Six of them?) and you've basically won the war!
  6. That last episode was some frigging Preacher alright. Glad that they seem to have realised that Pip Torrens needs to be on screen as much as possible. Everything he comes out with is gold. "There goes my morning erection." Pretty sure I saw him in Poldark on Sunday...
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    Doctor Who

    Both my favourite Murray Gold pieces are half-inched from elsewhere - the Eleventh Doctor's theme (cribbed from the Long Good Friday) and the song "Love Don't Roam" featuring Neil Hannon, which is basically Al Wilson's 'The Snake'. Song for Ten is pretty nice, though. As for the new chap - I'm probably expecting too much to hope for a 70s-style discordant synth score on primetime BBC1
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    Marvel's Luke Cage - Netflix

    As a Londoner I'm so used to hearing West Indian slang and patois, it's actually quite wonderfully surreal to hear it coming from Americans. And of course it just makes the soundtrack all the better.
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    Marvel's Luke Cage - Netflix

    I did have to chuckle at "I am the Bushmaster".
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    Legion - X-Men TV spin-off

    Frigging episode 11 though.
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    Missions - French Mystery Sci-Fi set on Mars - BBC4

    I've been enjoying this the past few weeks - the billionaire chap in particular is great; always relaxed, swanning about with his cup of tea. I also enjoyed the pair of quite obvious villains who turn up in episode 3.
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    Killing Eve - BBC Spy thriller, comedy, drama

    Done the first two of this, and it's really good but I can't help but be distracted by the fact that the Polish husband feels like he's being played by Matt Berry.
  13. They don't actually become cars or planes - they're robots in disguise. Like dese guys:
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    Jared Leto Joker Film. Really.

    Jay Leno
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    Legion - X-Men TV spin-off

    The front half certainly felt a bit more focused and driven. It feels like all these points about solipsism and narcissism are heading somewhere but it's taking its time. I'm still sort of just enjoying the ride, though - it's still beautifully shot, the music's still great. Agree about Jean Smart - she brought a little heart to proceedings.
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